portfolio : planning

Our planning work involves preservation plans for sites, buildings, districts, campuses and cities and writing design guidelines for buildings and districts. Planning involves preservation and planning for future growth. Through our emphasis on research, we re-connect communities to their history, while making an asset out of the past.

  • City of Brownsville Design Guidelines
  • City of Lancaster Design Guidelines and Training
  • Oakwood Neighborhood Design Guidelines and Training, College Station
  • City of College Station Historic Resource Survey, College Station
  • Downtown Dallas National Register Historic District Expansion
  • Malakoff School Feasibility Study
  • Grapevine Design Guidelines, Grapevine
  • Fort Worth Citywide Historic Preservation Plan, Fort Worth
  • Oklahoma City Historic Districts Design Guidelines, Oklahoma City
  • Round Rock Design Guidelines, Round Rock
  • Phase I Cultural Resources Assessment for the Proposed Federal Building, Oklahoma City***
  • Dr. Pepper Bottling Company Building
  • Opal Lawrence Historical Park Architectural Report and Master Plan, Mesquite
  • Fair Park Comprehensive Development Plan*
  • Fair Park Esplanade, Automobile and Centennial Building Master Plan*
  • Fair Park Historic District Ordinance*
  • Grand Prairie Downtown Revitalization Plan* Waxahachie
  • Cotton Mill Feasibility Study*


We re-connect communities to their history while making an asset out of the past.

 


* Nancy McCoy performed as Principal-in-Charge, Project Manager and/or Architect while with ARCHITEXAS – Architecture, Planning and Historic Preservation, Inc.
   
** Nancy McCoy performed as Project Manager and/or Architect while employed by Ehrenkrantz Eckstut & Kuhn Architects, PC.
   
*** Marcel Quimby performed as Project Manager and/or Architect while employed by Brown Reynolds Watford Architects, Inc.
   
**** Nancy McCoy performed as Project Architect or Designer while employed by David Smotrich & Partners LLP.